1. MCoBeauty Ultra Stay Flawless Foundation dupe for Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation
Giorgio Armani sure does have a fancy ring to it, and being an Italian luxury fashion house, it comes as no surprise that they do produce some highly desirable products. But one of MCoBeauty’s extremely popular dupes is proving a higher price point doesn’t always mean the product will be better.
The MCoBeauty Ultra Stay Flawless Foundation is being considered the more affordable dupes of the Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation. The more surprising factor of this is that while Giorgio Armani’s product sits just over $100, the MCoBeauty equivalent doesn’t even hit the $30 mark.
As well as scoring extra points for its vegan and cruelty-free status, the MCoBeauty foundation provides full-coverage and comes in a varied number of shades. The long-wearing formula also lasts from day through to night, while saying no to oil and shine.
If you are not sold just yet, let it be known that for a mere $29, you are also getting a product with soothing, nourishing, and revitalising ingredients of chamomile and ginseng root extract – love that for our skin.
2. MCoBeauty Highlight & Glow Beauty Wand dupe for Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Beauty Light Wand
Highlighter can be a great product to have in your beauty arsenal, but finding the right one for you is also really important. There is no denying that Charlotte Tilbury understands how to make a great beauty product, and the brands Hollywood Beauty Light Wand is definitely a leading player.
But, while an award winner, MCoBeauty’s very own Highlight and Glow Beauty Wand is proving that sometimes a great competitor can sit, proudly, $30 cheaper. A favourite of many beauty fanatics, the more affordable dupe is a creamy, easy-to-blend product, leaving you positively glowing.
The dupe has even been going viral on TikTok, and has been successfully tried and tested, receiving glowing reviews that rival its glowing results. Also, designed with the same soft cushion applicator of the Charlotte Tilbury wand, the MCoBeauty’s beauty wand is simple to apply and will give you the perfect finishing touch you need.
3. MCoBeauty XTENDLASH Black Extension Mascara dupe for Kevyn Aucoin The Volume Mascara Rich Pitch Black
Could we speak more highly of this mascara? Probably not. It can be so hard to find a mascara that you can trust every day, no matter the weather or what your day brings. But we can proudly confirm that MCoBeauty’s XTENDLASH Black Extension Mascara will most definitely provide you with the comfort you need to walk around with confidence.
Forget smudges and those nasty mascara clumps, and embrace a mascara that rivals that of Kevyn Aucoin’s The Volume Mascara Rich Pitch Black. While Kevyn Aucoin’s is known for making your eyes pop, it sits at $64 compared to MCoBeauty’s $28 one, and on top of this, the latter is also known for being consistent with discount sales.
While only a new addition to the MCoBeauty luxe-for-less range, the XTENDLASH mascara is already a favourite among wearers. Not only is it long-lasting and can withstand a mountain of tears, it can also easily, and magically, be removed with warm water. Which means no more rubbing vigorously and stretching your skin unnecessarily.
4. MCoBeauty Instant Concealer Camouflage & Contour dupe for Tarte Shape Tape Contour Concealer
This dupe is well and truly one of the more popular, and heavily noted, ones of all the MCoBeauty products. While the Tarte Shape Tape Contour Concealer is an impressive product, with its full coverage, creamy formulation, and multiple shades, the MCoBeauty Instant Concealer Camouflage and Contour is its more affordable dupe.
Off the bat, MCoBeauty’s concealer sits at $20, while Tarte’s concealer sits at $50, making it the more appealing option from an affordability point of view. While MCoBeauty’s Instant Concealer doesn’t come in as many shades as Tarte’s concealer, there are still multiple to choose from, making it still a viable option.
The product is also highly pigmented, giving you a full coverage that blurs imperfections, conceals dark under-eye circles, and leaves you with a smooth finish. If you love the product that much you can also stretch out its uses, and instead of just using it as an under-eye or spot concealer, it can be used as a contour or all-over base.
5. MCoBeauty Hydrating Day & Night Face Moisturiser dupe for Ole Henriksen C-Rush Brightening Gel Crème
Ole Henriksen’s C-Rush Brightening Gel Crème is a dream product to have as part of your daily routine, and its success rate for many does make it a must-have product. But, with it sitting at a price point of $70, it is not one that everyone can justify purchasing on the regular.
However, its dupe, on the other hand, sits at a modest $32 and is none other than MCoBeauty’s Hydrating Day and Night Face Moisturiser. This beautiful product is also a lightweight and non-greasy daily moisturiser that leaves your skin feeling nourishing and restored.
It contains vitamins c-rich Kakadu plum and hibiscus extract for hydrated, bright, and firm skin, and also relies on its macadamia oil, almond oil, and shea butter to help soothe and restore the skin’s natural protective barrier. So, say goodbye to dehydrated and dull skin, and hello to healthier skin (and a healthier bank account).
6. MCoBeauty Magic Brows Brush On Fibre Gel dupe for Benefit Cosmetics Gimme Brow+ Brow-Volumizing Gel
If there is one thing Benefit Cosmetics know, it is eyebrows. Not only are the brand’s products a game changer, but its boutique and brow bars are also highly successful, and always busy. Although, while Benefit may be their name, and brows their game, MCoBeauty has sneakily produced a fantastic dupe of the Benefit Cosmetics Gimme Brow+ Brow-Volumizing Gel.
Available for only $20, compared to Benefit’s $48 product, the MCoBeauty Magic Brows Brush On Fibre Gel is a must for the best brows in every room. Not given the name magic for no reason, this product instantly gives those who use it a nice set of thicker and fuller eyebrows.
The beauty of this product is that it can also save you money on getting your brows laminated, by giving you a striking, and bold enough look that lasts long into the day.
7. MCoBeauty Lip Oil Hydrating Treatment Clear dupe for Dior Addict Lip Glow Oil
As winter sneaks up, and extremely cold mornings appear, our lips may be feeling a little bit more chapped than usual. But, don’t fear, because thankfully there are some pretty amazing lip oil products stealing the show.
One of the highly-popular brands that has been all the rage in the beauty sphere is that of Dior’s Addict Lip Glow Oil, and it’s no wonder that people are more than happy to fork out $62 for the luxury of it. Although, MCoBeauty has successfully managed to create a dupe of Dior’s iconic product, and could we be more of a fan?
Getting straight to the issue of chapped lips, the ultra-nourishing MCoBeauty lip oil treatment focuses on treating and hydrating lips so they feel smooth and plump. The addition of jojoba oil helps to comfort the lips, while the high-shine finish makes it perfect for if you want to skip the lipstick or lipgloss for the day.
8. MCoBeauty Brightening Glow Luxe Face Oil dupe for Eco Tan Glory Oil
If you are looking for an oil that not only smooths and moisturises your skin, but also helps with the complexion of scars, fine lines, skin irritations, or problematic skin, then you are definitely in the right when selecting Eco Tan Glory Oil. As a multi-award winning and internationally renowned product, it is worthy of its price of $50, but sometimes it is nice to have a product that works for a price that doesn’t overwhelm.
Thankfully, this is where MCoBeauty flies in like the hero it is, with a dupe that is so worthy of mentioning. The MCoBeauty’s Brightening Glow Luxe Face Oil is a luxury, despite only sitting at $35 dollars, or cheaper if you look out for its regular sale price.
Described as your one-way ticket to glow town the product is nutrient-dense and boasts of 11 potent natural oils, and is bursting with antioxidants C, D, and E. If there is one thing this product understands it is the stresses of life, and it sure does its part in helping to protect skin against the environmental stressors of everyday life.